If he’s looking to get back into shape but doesn’t want to join a gym, this home gym suspension system is a great option. All he has to do is anchor it to a wall, ceiling, or door, and get moving. Over 300 exercises—from push-ups to rows and pikes—can be performed using these straps. If he isn’t quite sure what to do, he can download the TRX app, which provides over 80 workouts.
Make sure that he doesn't misread your intentions with this one, of course. I made the mistake of getting this for my husband and was met with less than enthusiasm. Luckily for me, I had purchased the one week trial offer before making the big commitment. But a fitness buff or husband just looking to spend time time alone might really appreciate this gesture from you.
…because we’re all in need of gift ideas this holiday season. How is it already that time of year? It doesn’t always have to only be ties and gloves for the holidays so browse our picks and gather some great gift ideas for all the great men in your life. If you have a husband, brother, boyfriend, son, father, cousin, grandfather, grandson, uncle or dog to shop for, we’re pretty sure we’ve got you covered. Shop our choices for the best men’s gift ideas!
This season, get the guys going with a little grown-up style drinking game. Beeropoly works by asking players to complete a series of beer challenges, which include a rhyming competition and dance battle. Players take turns rolling the dice and moving their bottle cap around the board. If they can’t complete their challenge, they face elimination from the game (and must live in total shame forever).
You might love the gift of clothing, but for him these items fall completely in the category of “need” and not in the category of “want.” For his birthday or a holiday, you should stick with items that your husband wants and that will make him happy. Especially if he isn’t happy with his job, the last thing he wants on a special day is to be reminded of work.
Support his fitness goals: If your husband is a runner, look for something that will help him in his pursuit of fitness. Giving a gift of fitness, like maybe a GPS watch so he can log his mileage, may be just enough to get him to ramp up his running mileage. Keeping him fit and healthy is a present to you both. With obesity rates climbing in the U.S., fitness gear is a great gift to give (source).
New technology is always exciting for a husband to unwrap, and this Christmas is the perfect time to give the gift of green tech. A solar charger is useful for all kinds of situations, especially if your hubby loves the outdoors. A small, portable charger can easily recharge a phone or camera during a scenic hike, while larger panel chargers are the perfect green power source during a weekend camping trip. There are even solar chargers that attach to your windshield to capture the power of the sun while you’re out and about. A solar charger is a unique Christmas gift that literally keeps on giving.
Details: If he's the kind of guy who looks good in scarves, this is a gift he'll definitely love. The material is Viscose, a type of artificial rayon similar to silk. It feels as soft as cashmere, but it's significantly cheaper. The scarf offers good warmth in the winter, and it will keep his neck toasty warm. Though it's lightweight and thin, the fabric is surprisingly good at keeping body heat trapped close to the skin.
Crew neck sweatshirts are a classic style statement. Wear them with a collared shirt to dress them up, or dress them down with your favorite pair of sweatpants! Either way, you’ll be comfortable and cozy in all fleece. Pick out the New England Patriots Fleece for a chilly Boston afternoon, or a Carolina Panthers crew neck sweatshirt when you’re rooting for the Panthers from the comfort of your living room!